Some opportunistic cybercriminals have taken advantage of the pandemic environment to breach both consumer and organizations’ data. These cybercriminals are using COVID-19-themed emails as an opportunity to unleash ransomware attacks on organizations and consumers. Here, we focus on Remote Workforce and Remote Learning as areas that cybercriminals will continue targeting in 2021 and beyond, and explore mitigation strategies that may help reduce cybersecurity risks related to these areas.
The demand for touchless solutions is so great right now that the touchless sensing market across all sectors is expected to grow an average of 17% annually through 2025, according to Orion Market Reports, which states that the main drivers are increasing demand for non-contact detection, sanitation issues, and advantageous programs distributed by governments.
For years, healthcare providers lagged their corporate counterparts when it came to cybersecurity. Recently, they made up significant ground, recognizing the need to allocate sufficient funds, focus on fundamentals, and outsource functions they cannot cost-effectively perform in-house. Unfortunately, 2020 threw a huge wrench in the works.
The ethical issues that exist around the wake of discovered security vulnerabilities are vast and murky. Far too often, the conversation about how and when to disclose security weaknesses shifts from a dialogue to a one-way monologue. What's a security leader to do?
Streaming - and really all content creators and consumers - would not have accelerated as it did without that much-needed bandwidth. In much the same way, we see the idea of Zero Trust Network Security, introduced more than a decade ago, needing its own boost for more widespread adoption. That help has arrived in the form of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), the ideal framework for Zero Trust.
Barak Tawily, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of Enso Security, argues that most AppSec teams today spend most of their time creating relationships with developers and performing operational and product-related tasks — and not on application security. Here, we talk to Tawily about AppSec and why enterprise security should be concerned with AppSec.
App security is too important to be an afterthought. With the threats facing modern web applications, organizations need to find a new way to ensure protection without impeding innovation. To move forward, security and DevOps will need to work together to solve the challenges they face—in terms of both security and organizational politics.
Is your organization struggling with false alarms? If so, consider artificial intelligence-based video analytics using machine learning technology to spot and virtually eliminate false alarms. But before selecting an advanced analytic software offering, ask yourself these seven questions.
As a former Marine with expertise in counterintelligence, Human Intelligence (HUMINT) and Technical Surveillance Counter-Measures (TSCM), Jason Passwaters leveraged his international war fighting experience and built uniquely qualified teams at iSIGHT Partners, and then in co-founding Intel 471. His military service taught him to emphasize three areas that can make threat intelligence more targeted and actionable for organizations.